AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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msotiri
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Message 21 of 27 (182 Views)

Re: Question about converting 2D Plan to 3D Data

01-15-2013 06:07 PM in reply to: AllenJessup
Hi guys. Finally I have the file dwg, that the topographer sent me. The same problem. I tried to apply the commands and the message is there is no surface. I need your help as soon as possible. ? Thanks in advance!
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msotiri
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Message 22 of 27 (182 Views)

Re: Question about Cad civil 3D

01-15-2013 06:07 PM in reply to: antoniovinci
What kind of answer! Such stupid was my question to have this kind of answer. In fact I had a course period and it was a successful one. I really learned a lot from this course which helped me a lot for the last two projects. The first lessons was how to import the point from the file csv. the second lessons until 9 lessons hot to edit the points, and then we continued with the surfaces, alignments, profiles, sections, assemblies and so on. As you see the two first classes ( Classes one"points" and Classes 2 "surfaces", which of one was divided into 9 lessons) are not in fact my job. My job begin from the classes 3, ( alignment). My question? in fact was for something that is not my duty, and my responsibility, because someone else is payed for this, and I am not a topographer.... However, thanks for the answer, even I did not? need it at all. Sincerely, madam not sir m.sotiri
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sboon
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Message 23 of 27 (177 Views)

Re: Question about converting 2D Plan to 3D Data

01-15-2013 09:40 PM in reply to: msotiri

Now I'm confused.  You have received a different drawing than the one you posted earlier?  Can you post this new drawing?

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AllenJessup
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Message 24 of 27 (166 Views)

Re: Question about converting 2D Plan to 3D Data

01-16-2013 05:18 AM in reply to: sboon

Hi Steve,

 

I think something is wrong with the dates in this thread. I see 3 post from the OP that have have yesterday's date but I know were earlier posts. This includes the one about the drawing you responded to. I also got email updates about those posts. I don't know how just the dates for those posts changed.  Strange!

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msotiri
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Message 25 of 27 (130 Views)

Re: Question about converting 2D Plan to 3D Data

01-18-2013 12:42 AM in reply to: AllenJessup

Hi Allen!

 

Based on your suggestions I could create the surface. I discussed all the problems found by you in the first drawing and the topographer send me another file in the format csv. It seems ok now.

 

But I have another question, that I would like to have an answer, even It doesn't affect to continue me design.

When I go to drawing setting to change the units and select the units from feet to metric the elevation change.

If the units  are in feet, the elevation are the same with the elevation that are in the file format csv, if I change the units in the drawing from feet to metric the elevation are not the same with the ones in the format csv.

I don't know why It happens!? It depends from the way the topographer have worked?

 

In attach you will found the file

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AllenJessup
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Message 26 of 27 (120 Views)

Re: Question about converting 2D Plan to 3D Data

01-18-2013 05:57 AM in reply to: msotiri

I'll take a look at it when I have the opportunity.

 

Can you say which elevations are changing? Points? Drawing? Surface? Also. Would you please post the CSV file.

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AllenJessup
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Message 27 of 27 (109 Views)

Re: Question about converting 2D Plan to 3D Data

01-18-2013 08:10 AM in reply to: msotiri

Also could you please specify where you are changing the Units.

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